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which one???
3x + 20 = 80
you have to get x alone. subtract 20 on each side, making the equation 3x= 60. then to get x alone, divide 3 on each side, making the equation x=20.

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My daughter struggles in this part, can you do the problem so she can see it in the form it has to be done?
answer above :) Hope this helped. Like if it did :D
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mckenna7 plz check your othet quition i put something on it that might help you
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3x+20=80 -20 -20 _____________ 3x+60 /3 /3 x= 20 (the / means to divide)
this is in the correct format and this is also the correct answer! ^^^^^

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